I opened 5 buffers and in one of them I use the command
:vs to split the current buffer screen into two.
When I use the command
<leader>d to close one of the splitted buffers, the consequence is that the splitted window is also closed along with the buffer to be closed. I would like to close the buffer without impacting the split pattern of my screen.
For example, "buffer #1" and "buffer #2" are displayed in my current screen, I would like to close "buffer #1" with
<leader>d and leave the screen to be a split of "buffer #3" and "buffer #2" instead of a not splitted screen with only "buffer #2" on it.
Is that requirement accessible?